Blue Hole Canoe Floats, Inc.
63800 East 40th Road                     *PROPERTY FOR SALE*
Quapaw, OKlahoma 74363
Call Us at (918) 542-6344                         

 www.blueholeok.org                                                                                                          

                                                                                                                                            

 

 

 

   

 

Come Float With Us!

We invite you to explore Spring River Canoe Trails

 

Fun For All Ages!

Pet Friendly!

 


 


 
 
 

 
 

 

 

Interesting nearby area sights...


Here is a list of some of our favorite places near Blue Hole Canoe Floats, Inc. Please feel free to email us to add any additional sights/locations that may be of interest.

SPOOKLIGHT ROAD

Spooklight Road has been on Discover Oklahoma, Unsolved Mysteries, Urban Legends, Paranormal Activity Society, and many other shows discussing the strange light that appears and travels closer and closer to you! An Indian myth?...Come see for yourself to decide!


 
 


Quapaw Pow-wow,

Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma

Annual & Up Coming Events for the O-GAH-PAH, can be found at:

http://quapaw.alivecity.net/site/view/72928_AnnualUpcomingEvents.pml;jsessionid=bqr4o4dosi7tq


 


Quapaw Historical Society

QUAPAW

"Located in Ottawa County, Quapaw is nine miles northeast of Miami, the county seat, on U.S. Highway 69A (formerly U.S. Highway 66), in the very northeastern part of the county. Quapaw is the last town on 69A in Oklahoma before the road enters Kansas. Three farsighted men were largely responsible for the community's development, Quapaw Chief John Quapaw, A. W. Abrams, and Isaac "Red Ike" Bingham. In 1891 Bingham, a farmer from Kansas, moved to the area and later convinced cousins and other family members to join him and open various businesses. Chief Quapaw donated land for a school (Miami, Okla.: Walsworth Publishing Co., 1983)."


Spring River, 

Baxter Springs Heritage Center & Museum

Photo: (BSHC&M)

This beautiful river was given the name Spring River in early 1838. Today it is primarily used for recreational uses such as camping, canoeing, and fishing.


Cafe on the Route, Route 66

Located in a historical building dating back to 1870, Cafe on the Route has become a great place to stop for wonderful food and take in the history Baxter Springs has to offer.